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Two engineers of the TÜV Süd arrested
The Brazilian police have detained two employees of the TÜV Süd. The company had tested the broken dam in Brazil until 2018 and at that time, no defects. By the mudslide, at least 65 people were so far killed. the

In connection with the broken dam in Brazil, the police arrested on Tuesday two for the German TÜV Süd operating engineers. The company confirmed and said: "Due to the ongoing investigations, we can give at present no further information. We support the investigation fully."

Brazilian media reports said the police should have seized on Tuesday morning, the office of TÜV Süd in Sao Paulo searched and computers and documents. TÜV Süd was only at 26. September 2018 examined the dams at the Mine. And, as a spokesman says, "to our actual knowledge, no defect found".

almost 500 employees in three offices and a laboratory of TÜV Süd do Brasil are Currently employed, all with headquarters in São Paulo. The company offers its Service also in other South American countries. It comes to the quality control of food products, beverages, health and beauty products, to the Monitoring and certification of infrastructure, environmental projects and even disused industrial areas. And the control of mines in the mining industry.

"Vale will assist in the investigations to continue"

The police arrested three employees of the operator company Vale, which should have been for the control of the dam. The mining group announced that the company is cooperating with the authorities. "Vale will assist in the investigations to clarify the facts," it said in a statement.

the dam at The iron ore mine "Córrego do Feijão" was broken on Friday. A mud avalanche had rolled over parts of the plant and neighbouring settlements, and had struck a swath of destruction. Among other things, that the tailings basin of the mining company Vale. So far, 65 bodies from the mud have been recovered, 279 people are still missing. The death toll is likely to rise. "Unfortunately, it is very unlikely to find Survivors," said a fire brigade spokesman for the Brazilian TV channel Globo News.

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